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Who We Are

We at Hope’s Door and AAFV are made up of a diverse group of staff and volunteers. Our organization has some of the most dedicated and caring individuals around. Advocates Against Family Violence affirms the right of every person to live a life free of violence.
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What We Do

AAFV works to eliminate violence in families and homes by empowering individuals to make positive life choices through advocacy, support, education, affordable housing, awareness, and community involvement.

Our mission has three parts. As Advocates Against Family Violence, we:
  • Restore hope by breathing hope into hearts and healing into lives. Last year, we provided refuge for over 698 women and children in our shelter.
  • Encourage healing as our clients progress on their journey. We provide them with over 19 programs to guide them through their journey.
  • Discover strength by empowering not only our clients, but also the public, to build up future generations and prevent domestic violence in our community.

Contact Us

24-Hour Hotline

(208) 459- 4779

Hope’s Door Shelter

(208) 459- 6279

Administrative Office

(208) 459- 6330

Leadership Team

Executive Leadership Team

Board of Directors

  • Rachel Cossel, President
  • Amanda Richey, Vice President
  • Olga Tijerina-Menchaca, Treasurer
  • Armando Guerrero, Secretary
  • Ingrid Batey, Board Member
  • Heidi Rahn, Board Member
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Help for individuals and families affected by domestic abuse is available now.
We are here 24 hours a day, seven days a week to connect you with the care you need, safely and quickly.
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Located in Caldwell, Idaho
Serving Canyon County, Ada County, and Surrounding Areas
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24-Hour Hotline

(208) 459- 4779


Administrative Office

(208) 459- 6330


Hope’s Door Shelter

(208) 459- 6279